At Spark To Recovery, we specialize in an array of alcohol and drug addiction programs in Los Angeles and the surrounding regions. Here are several ways we can help:
The two main types of alcohol or drug addiction treatment are residential and outpatient. Regardless of the form of the treatment program, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) advises that patients actively participate in treatment for a period of at least 90 days. Residential (inpatient) addiction treatment programs are designed to provide a structured, supportive, stable, and encouraging environment for patients to recover physically and mentally. Our daily program schedule includes group healing meetings so that you can ignite your path to recovery.
Also known as inpatient treatment, residential treatment allows patients to focus on getting well and staying sober without the distractions of everyday life. These programs usually run anywhere from 21 to 28 days. A typical day in a residential treatment program is structured and scheduled. Psychiatrists, counselors, and psychologists may meet with residents (patients) individually or in group settings to guide them through recovery.
Upon submitting our insurance verification form, one of our admissions specialists will be in touch to guide your through the whole process.
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Patients typically move to less intensive levels of care as they leave their addiction treatment centers to continue recovery. It is important to work with a team who can adjust your treatment plan after you have left the facility. It would be a dangerous oversight to send a stroke patient home without cardiac rehab services or any additional care. Things can go wrong in many ways when it comes to substance abuse disorders, and they may lead to possibly deadly consequences. At Spark To Recovery, we provide continuum of care in day treatment, partial hospitalization, and inpatient treatment services through Concise Recovery or affiliate partial hospitalization treatment centers.
Also known as a dual diagnosis or dual disorder, a co-occurring disorder means that a patient is dealing with a substance use disorder and another mood-, anxiety-, or mental-related disorder. Below is a list of conditions that a patient with a co-occurring disorder may need to treat:
Today, addiction problems and mental health disorders can no longer be treated separately. Patients stand a better chance of recovery through an integrated approach.
If you have any questions about Spark To Recovery programs, feel free to contact us today.